As exclusive Club Partners, Rosscare has sponsored its local team, AFC Oldham, for the previous three seasons and is delighted to announce that it has extended its sponsorship for another two years.
Sponsoring the men’s first team, the Rosscare brand is proudly displayed on both home and away kits, made by local company Hope & Glory Sportswear. In addition, Rosscare will be matching any charitable donations raised by the club during their sponsorship period, up to a further £700.
With an Independent Living Shop in Oldham, Rosscare is pleased to be able to support such a local team where many of its existing and new customers may also follow and support AFC Oldham and be watching with excitement to see how the team progresses this season.
Alastair Ronaldson, Ross Care Marketing and Sales Manager said: “A key factor in our support of the club is that we recognise the wider work AFC Oldham also play in benefitting the community – supporting charity efforts and helping wellbeing through club participation as well as mental health football and walking. We wish the first team, and the rest of the club the very best for the coming season.”
AFC Oldham Media and Communications Officer, Ross Elliott commented “We’re delighted to have Ross Care onboard again, for the last three years they’ve been extremely supportive of the first team, our community work, and our mental health initiatives. The Ross Care team share our values on community engagement and their pledge to match our charity donation is amazing.”
Dale Harris, AFC Oldham Chairman added “On behalf of AFC Oldham, I would like to thank Ross Care for their continued support. Despite an incredibly challenging three years for local businesses, retaining our partnership demonstrates how highly they value our club and the work we do. This is matched by the value we place on this partnership. Our club thrives and succeeds thanks to key partnerships with local businesses and organisations. Ross Care’s offer to match our fundraising efforts is something that should be commended and celebrated across our community.”